You cannot kill what doesss not live – but you can put it on your shelf, according to the press release we received from 2000 AD about this action figure of the fabulous undead fiend we all love. I mean, LOOKIT HIM!!! This six-inch articulated action figure of Judge Death is coming in 2024 from […]
The bleak vision of the future from 2000 AD was rife with politics, and the focal characters weren’t confused with goodies.
Rebellion bought the largest collection of British comics we have, the IPC archive and got access to 130 years of publications.
Last year, Rebellion raised more than £120,000 for War Child and Special Effect. This year, in memory of artist Carlos Ezquerra, the publisher is adding Cancer Research UK.
The city was dying. It was dying hard, and dying ugly. The rot had set in a long time ago. And bit by bit, zone by zone, it’d spread like some obscene disease.
Rebellion plan to release the oversized “Brian Bolland: The Apex Edition” next year. The collection will showcase the famous artist’s work from the iconic 2000 AD.
Last year, 2000 AD owner Rebellion and Penguin Random House announced a partnership for a new series of audiobooks.
Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD use EN Publishing’s WOIN system (What’s Old is New), and Strontium Dog was written by Darren Pearce, Marc Langworth and John White.
The deals are available until February 24th and aim to put either WOIN (What’s O.L.D. is N.E.W.) or Judge Dredd and the World of 2000 AD RPGs into your pocket.
RPG news summary with another D&D leak, free downloads and Matthew Mercer’s 2020 update to the Blood Hunter 5e class.